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Kamoto shaking hands with Kapanga after donating office equipment

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)- In a bid to improve efficient security services out put, the country’s leading telecommunication company, Airtel Malawi on Wednesday donated office equipment to Sanctuary police unit in the capital Lilongwe

The donated items which are worth MK2.9 million include office chairs, desks, customer chairs, water dispensers, desktop computers, a printer, fans and a filing cabinet.

Airtel’s Managing Director Charles Kamoto told The Maravi Post that the donated equipment aimed at strengthening Malawi Police Units operations across the country to ensure more efficient and effective security services.

Kamoto observed that men in uniform are facing various operational challenges in its quest to offer security services in the country saying government alone could not address such problems hence the donation.

He therefore assured its customers for his company’s total commitment with in innovations that will continue touching more lives in 2017.

“We value security in our various day to day activities. Security is indeed one of our basic human needs which significantly contribute to effective productivity

 

“It is our hope that this donation will help improve their service as a police unit that is equipped with adequate operational resources and that it will help motivate and rejuvenate the police in ensuring a safe and secure Malawi.

“2017 will be another year for a window of opportunity to grow and further excel in innovations and continue touching more live”, assures Kamoto.

In his remarks after receiving the donated equipment, Patrick Kapanga, Sanctuary Police Unit’s Officer In-Charge lauded Airtel for the timely support.

Kapanga assured the company and public that will make use of the office equipment with quality services assurance.

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